If you've so far held off in purchasing Google's excellent Nexus 6P, the company is now doing pretty much everything it can to make you hit the "buy" button. First, Google has temporarily dropped the starting price by $50, bringing the cost to $449 for the 32GB model, $499 for 64GB, and $599 for 128GB. This is the first time the Nexus 6P has seen a price cut, and it's not a terrible one.
The Google Store is also offering free overnight shipping for all orders beginning today. So, if you act fast, you could have the flagship Android 6.0 Marshmallow smartphone as early as tomorrow. If you'd still rather handle one in person before making a decision, it seems that Best Buy will soon be stocking the Nexus 6P as well. But it's a really, really good smartphone — the best Android one you can buy — so this might make for a good time to pull out the credit card.
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